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The Rhythm Diet©


hi-res-6-new-copy.jpgThe Rhythm Diet
© works! People from all around the globe rave its effectiveness; this eating plan achieves its dubious feat by the ingestion of foods that are appropriate for personal lifestyles. Including carbohydrate intake, protein intake, fat intake, and supplementation (vitamins & minerals, etc.), people are all uniquely different in size, shape, fitness level, behaviors, etc. We all have our way of expressing life. The Rhythm Diet © improves the very components that allow each individual to express life with constructive and favorable results. Constructive and favorable results are the consequences of making informed decisions. For instance, what is ingested should directly reflect your lifestyle/activity level. Nutrition and activity must be properly balanced in order to function, feel and perform optimally. In other words, a horse jockey’s nutritional requirements are quite different than that of a disc jockey. A homemaker’s nutritional requirements are different than that of one who builds homes.

Active individuals require more fuel daily. Sedentary individuals do not. Excessive intake of calories daily, and the lack of physical activity and rest, leads to surplus stored energy in the form of fat. “This is the most innovation nutritional method for weight loss”. “I haven’t felt this good since my childhood”, “This is it! After I thought there was no answer…The Rhythm Diet © made the difference.”  Comments like these don’t come easy, especially after numerous attempts of dieting, weight loss and diabetes management, accompanied by numerous failures.


The Rhythm Diet© Explained

The human body consumes energy and produces energy. Energy is our life force, without it were just a vegetable. So, we constantly burn fuel (Catabolism) and breakdown cells as a normal function of our existence. The higher the quality of nutrition intake yields an optimally healthy individual. The lower the quality of nutritional intake yields a mal-nourished individual. Simply put, the way we feel and perform is directly connected with our nutritional decisions.
Our fuel to consume and produce energy comes from our Nutrition, Physical Activity, Rest, Spirit, and Mentality (Behavior and Beliefs,). Physically, our bodies produce three (3) three major energy phases, these phases are called, “Metabolic Phases”. Phase1: (Small-medium portion Meal), begins with the first awakening hour of a given twenty-four hour (24) cycle. This phase is called, The Metabolic Ignition, the period of any given 24 hour cycle, considered as Break-Fast (Breakfast). Phase 2: (Largest Meal) the period of any given 24 hour cycle, considered as Lunch, begins seven hours after the first hour of awakening. This is the time during each twenty-four (24) cycle, that the body’s systems are most active, Theta Brainwaves, Digestion, Endocrine System, and a perfect time for physical performance. This Phase is also called the Protein Phase, why? Because this is the best time to consume protein and the large complex molecular composition. Protein is usually associated with fat, fat equals nine kilo-calories (Kcal) per gram (g). This means that for every amount of fat weighing approximately the weight of a paper clip yields nine (9) Kcal (That’s equivalent to approximately the energy it takes to take thirty-six (36) steps). Thus, Phase 2 is critical to those whose objectives are to lose and/or manage weight.
Phase 3: Also called the Bedtime Phase, (Smallest Meal) consisting of simple and complex carbohydrates, occurs seven hours after Phase 2. This is the time during each twenty-four (24) cycle, when the body energy descends, it is literally preparing for sleep. Sleep is when our bodies heal, injured cells are repaired, and dead cells are replaced. This is also when the heart gets its rest. The human lifespan is approximately eighty years. That equals three billion (3,000,000,000) beats per lifetime. However, most people won’t come close to this staggering figure with today’s equally staggering cases of overweight and obesity. Eating late is usually considered the worst you can do in relationship to eating or a particular diet. However, over the more than twenty-five (25) of experimentation and observation, it is more important, what on eats versus what time one eats. Vegetable soup, raw vegetable salad, Juiced vegetables, Whole Grains (Pasta, Rice, Hot Cereal) are all perfect foods to consume during this phase.

Result:  This wonderful system harmonizes your nutritional intake, physical activity and rest, with your Circadian Rhythm (Natural Body Clock). Now, one begins to eat and drink in appropriation to his or her lifestyle.

Note: Upon awakening begins your 1st Hour


     
     1st Hour     3rd Hour   5th Hour  7th Hour 10th Hour 13th Hour  
 Weight Loss 4-8oz Water and 1cup raw fruit 30 minutes           Physical Activity/Exercise 8-10 oz Ideal Body Weight™ (1 scoop) 1 serving (3 oz. animal protein or 8oz vegetable protein) and 1-2 servings  vegetables 4-8oz Water and 1cup raw vegetables 1 cup raw vegetables or vegetable soup or veg. salad or small bowl of whole grain hot cereal, vegetable juice, tea, water  
 
 
 
 
 
  1st Hour    3rd hour 5th Hour  7th Hour 10th Hour 13th Hour  
Muscle Management 4-8oz Water and 1cup raw fruit 60 minutes           Physical Activity/Exercise 8-10 oz Ideal Body Weight™ (2 scoops) 1 serving (5 oz. animal protein or 8oz vegetable protein) and 2-3 servings  vegetables 8-10 oz  Ideal Body Weight™ and 1cup raw vegetables or vegtable and brown rice or vegetables and 1 serv. whole grain product (bread, crackers, rice, pasta)  1 cup raw vegetables or vegetable soup or veg. salad or small bowl of whole grain hot cereal, vegetable juice, tea, water  
 
 
 
 
 
  1st Hour     3rd hour 5th Hour 7th Hour 10th Hour 13th Hour  
 General Health 4-8oz Water and 1cup raw fruit 8-10 oz  Ideal Body Weight™ (1 scoop) 8-10 oz Ideal Body Weight™ (1 scoop) 1 serving (3 oz. animal protein or 8oz vegetable protein) and 1-2 servings  vegetables 4-8oz Water and 1cup raw vegetables or vegtables and brown rice or vegetables and 1 serv. whole grain product (bread, crackers, rice, pasta)  1 cup raw vegetables or vegetable soup or veg. salad or small bowl of whole grain hot cereal, vegetable juice, tea, water  
 
 
 
 
 
  1st Hour 2nd & 3rd hour 5th Hour 7th Hour 10th Hour 13th Hour  
 Energy 4-8oz Water and 1cup raw fruit 60 minutes           Physical Activity/Exercise 8-10 oz Ideal Body Weight™ (1 scoop) 1 serving (3 oz. animal protein or 8oz vegetable protein) and 1-2 servings  vegetables 4-8oz Water and 1cup raw vegetables or vegtables and brown rice or vegetables and 1 serv. whole grain product (bread, crackers, rice, pasta)  1 cup raw vegetables or vegetable soup or veg. salad or small bowl of whole grain hot cereal, vegetable juice, tea, water  
 
 
 
 
 
  1st Hour     3rd hour 5th Hour 7th Hour 10th Hour 13th Hour  
 Hypogycemia 4-8oz Water and 1cup raw fruit 8-10 oz Ideal Body Weight™ (1 scoop) 8-10 oz Ideal Body Weight™ (1 scoop) 1 serving (3 oz. animal protein or 8oz vegetable protein) and 1-2 servings  vegetables 4-8oz Water and 1cup raw vegetables or vegtables and brown rice or vegetables and 1 serv. whole grain product (bread, crackers, rice, pasta)  1 cup raw vegetables or vegetable soup or veg. salad or small bowl of whole grain hot cereal, vegetable juice, tea, water  
 
 
 
 
 
  1st Hour    3rd hour 5th Hour 7th Hour 10th Hour 13th Hour  
Fasting/Liquid   Diet 8-10 oz  Rhythm Diet™ (1 scoop) with 1 serving fruit 8-10 oz water 8-10 oz water 8-10 oz water 8-10 oz  Rhythm Diet™ (1 scoop) with 1 serving fruit 8-10 oz water  
 
 
 
 
 
  1st Hour    3rd hour 5th Hour 7th Hour 10th Hour 13th Hour  
Pre/Post Natal 4-8oz Water and 1cup raw fruit 8-10 oz  Rhythm Diet™ (1 scoop) 8-10 oz Rhythm Diet™ (1 scoop) 1 serving (3 oz. animal protein or 8oz vegetable protein) and 1-2 servings  vegetables 4-8oz Water and 1cup raw vegetables or vegtables and brown rice or vegetables and 1 serv. whole grain product (bread, crackers, rice, pasta)  1 cup raw vegetables or vegetable soup or veg. salad or small bowl of whole grain hot cereal, vegetable juice, tea, water